I feel old now!

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  1. Jo662

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    We joined the CC&C yesterday at the Lincoln show.
    Never wanted to before as we mostly use our motorhome
    in France.But the main site we do use in UK has just been
    made a CL and as you have to be a member we had no
    choice if we wanted to carry on using it.
    I hope we can get value from it by booking the tunnel with
    them and getting the discount!(y)
     
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    Don't forget that if you are aged over 60 (I think) you can get a good 'seniors discount' at C&CC-managed sites for much of the year. Also the THS (Temporary Holiday Sites) are usually brilliant value, especially during high season/school holidays, when other sites can be expensive. They are also very flexible, with no need to book and stay 1 night or as long as you like - just turn up! (y)
     
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    I don't mean to sound picky, but if the site you want to use has become a CL you might have just joined the wrong club o_O

    A CL (certified location) is part of the CC system

    I believe the C + CC call theirs a CS (certified site)? (y)
     
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    Thanks Mike,but Iv got 7 years to go till Im 60!
    Not complaining though!

    I do think it will be worth being a member!
     
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    You are right it is a CS!(y)
     
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    Ah, there you go... not as old as you thought after all. ;)
     
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    The main advantage we find with the C&CC is that the THSs and meets (mostly) do not have to be booked in advance. That means that if you fancy a weekend away at short notice there are usually plenty to choose from and you can just turn up.
     
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    [QUOTE="
    A CL (certified location) is part of the CC system

    I believe the C + CC call theirs a CS (certified site)? (y)[/QUOTE]


    Certificated Sites actually.

    Dave
     
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